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EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY

EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY

English Vocabulary

EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY

EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY

EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY | Anger
a strong feeling of being upset or annoyed because of something wrong or bad : the feeling that makes someone want to hurt other people, to shout, etc. : the feeling of being angry

aggravations | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
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the act or result of making a condition, injury, etc., worse : the act or result of aggravating something
Anguish | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
extreme suffering, grief, or pain

Anxiety | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
fear or nervousness about what might happen
unhappiness or pain : suffering that affects the mind or body

Embarrassment | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
The state of feeling foolish in front of others

Enthusiasm | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
strong excitement about something : a strong feeling of active interest in something that you like or enjoy

Envy | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
the feeling of wanting to have what someone else has

Excitement | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
A feeling of eager enthusiasm and interest : the state of being excited
Fear
An unpleasant emotion caused by being aware of danger : a feeling of being afraid

Frustration | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
A feeling of anger or annoyance caused by being unable to do something : the state of being frustrated
Fury | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
violent anger : rage

Generosity | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
The quality of being kind, understanding, and not selfish : the quality of being generous
Horror | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
A very strong feeling of fear, dread, and shock
Hostility
An unfriendly or hostile state, attitude, or action
Impatient | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
Not willing to wait for something or someone : not patient

Jealousies | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
An unhappy or angry feeling of wanting to have what someone else has

Joy | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
A feeling of great happiness
Compassion | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
A feeling of wanting to help someone who is sick, hungry, in trouble, etc.
Confidence | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
A feeling or belief that you can do something well or succeed at something
Longings | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
a strong desire for something or someone
Love | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
A feeling of strong or constant affection for a person
Lust | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
A strong feeling of sexual desire
Satisfaction | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
A happy or pleased feeling because of something that you did or something that happened to you
Scorn | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
A feeling that someone or something is not worthy of any respect or approval
Shame | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
a feeling of guilt, regret, or sadness that you have because you know you have done something wrong
Affections | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
a feeling of liking and caring for someone or something
Attractions | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
something interesting or enjoyable that people want to visit, see, or do
Boredom | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
The state of being bored
Cautions | EMOTIONS WORDS VOCABULARY
Care taken to avoid danger or risk : a careful attitude or way of behaving
Certainity
The state of being or feeling certain about something
Confusion
A situation in which people are uncertain about what to do or are unable to understand something clearly
Contentment
The state of being happy and satisfied : the state of being content
Courage
the ability to do something that you know is difficult or dangerous
Curiosity
the desire to learn or know more about something or someone
Defeat
Failure to succeed or to win
Defiance
a refusal to obey something or someone : the act of defying someone or something
Delight
a strong feeling of happiness : great pleasure or satisfaction
Dependence
the state of needing something or someone else for support, help,
Depression
a state of feeling sad
Greed
a selfish desire to have more of something (especially money)
Grief
deep sadness caused especially by someone’s death
Guilt
responsibility for a crime or for doing something bad or wrong
Hate
a very strong feeling of dislike
Hatred
a very strong feeling of dislike
Hope
the feeling of wanting something to happen and thinking that it could happen : a feeling that something good will happen or be true
Pity
a strong feeling of sadness or sympathy for someone or something
Happiness
a feeling of happiness, enjoyment, or satisfaction : a pleasant or pleasing feeling
Pride
a feeling that you respect yourself and deserve to be respected by other people
Rage
a strong feeling of anger that is difficult to control
Relief
a pleasant and relaxed feeling that someone has when something unpleasant stops or does not happen
Sad
not happy : feeling or showing grief or unhappiness
Sorrow
a feeling of sadness or grief caused especially by the loss of someone or something
Sympathy
the feeling that you care about and are sorry about someone else’s trouble, grief, misfortune, etc. : a sympathetic feeling
Terror
a very strong feeling of fear
Unhappy
sad, depressed, or disappointed : not happy
Distress
unhappiness or pain : suffering that affects the mind or body
Kindness
the quality or state of being kind
Lonely
sad from being apart from other people
Malice
a desire to cause harm to another person
Misery
extreme suffering or unhappiness
Optimism
a feeling or belief that good things will happen in the future : a feeling or belief that what you hope for will happen
Panic
a state or feeling of extreme fear that makes someone unable to act or think normally
Patience
the quality of being patient: such as
a : the ability to wait for a long time without becoming annoyed or upset
Pessimism
a feeling or belief that bad things will happen in the future : a feeling or belief that what you hope for will not happen
Dismay
to cause (someone) to feel very worried, disappointed, or upset
Wonders
something or someone that is very surprising, beautiful, amazing, etc.
Wrath
extreme anger
Dislike
to not like (something or someone) : to feel dislike for (something or someone)
Disappointment
the state or feeling of being disappointed
Admiration
a feeling of great respect and approval
Acceptance
the act of accepting something or someone

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